Microsoft Access databases can serve small groups of Users simultaneously? Are you aware that you can bring your Excel data directly into Access?
Do you understand that Excel is essentially a 'flat' database... and that Access is a 'relational' database?? Do you need
a relational database? If you don't know, I can help.
Getting the most out of your investment in Microsoft Office sometimes means asking yourself 'Am I using the correct tool?'. Perhaps Access would be a better choice to hold, manage, and display your data. Maybe all you need is to 'automate' your Excel spreadsheets, using buttons to perform frequently-used tasks and procedures, to reduce time invested by your office staff. In the business world, time is money.
I can help you maximize the benefits you get from working in/with Microsoft Office. If you are not satisified with the efficiency and effectiveness of your databases and spreadsheets, contact me. Once I understand what you want to do with your business data, I can make suggestions and outline a series of steps to improve your workflow.
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